Jasmin & Claudio
First of all I would like to thank to Claudio’s sister Alina for giving me the opportunity to take photos of the wedding of Jasmin and Claudio. She was the one who contacted me and she supported me during the all process. We met with Jasmin and Claudio at their room at Villa Orselina on the wedding day and revised the details of the day briefly. I first started the photo shoot with Jasmin’s preparation. You can read the whole story of “Villa Orselina Locarno Wedding Photographs” at the bottom of the page…
Villa Orselina is a hotel with great scenery, located on one of the hills of the Locarno City of Switzerland. The hotel also has a great view of the Maggiore Lake which goes between the Alps. The Maggiore Lake has a thin and long stature just like the other rivers in the area and at some points it looks like a giant river. Lugano and Como lakes are very close to it. The biggest part of the lake is located in Northern Italy. So, if you tour the lake you would pass to Italy and come back to Switzerland. Therefore people living in the area can also speak Italian. As it was closer, I came from Milan to the hotel.
After their preparations, the couple have seen each other for the first time as groom and bride. After that at Villa Orselina’s terrace levelled garden, we made our photo shoot with lake and mountain views. Then we made the group photo session.
Just before the wedding ceremony, it started to rain. The white umbrellas that were given to the guests created a great atmosphere. When the wedding ceremony started the rain was replaced with a shiny sun. We witnessed a visually impressing and emotional wedding ceremony. Then we moved to the dinner saloon. We concluded our photo shoot day with the dinner, slide show, cake and a great after party.
I really spend a worthy and efficient day as a photographer and really grateful to the couple and the guests for their hospitality and collaboration. I wish you happiness!
You can check the photo slide show below:
Villa Orselina Locarno Wedding Photographs by Ufuk Sarisen